Six of the most select musicians and vocalists from Chapman University have been selected to perform a series of intimate concerts in some of Massachusetts’ most historic churches on Saturday and Sunday, May 30-31. This showcase tour features the rising stars from Chapman’s vocal and instrumental programs. Together they will bring to the concert stage
In many ways Andrew Vo ’15 and Jasmine Johnson ’15 are typical Chapman University students, just two of the happy 2,393 graduates who will receive diplomas during Commencement 2015. They worked hard in high school to make their way to Chapman, led clubs, performed community service, pushed themselves to take on extra majors and have
Chapman students Megan Abba, Melissa Cano and Wes Rapaport won $1,000, $500 and $300 scholarships in the College Journalism Scholarship competition awards from the Orange County Press Club. Jean O. Pasco and Bill Rams comprise the press club scholarship selection committee. Cornerstone Communications contributed $1,000, an anonymous donor contributed $250 and additional scholarship funds were
A dean whose diligent pursuit of a transformational grant that will create state-of-the-art chemistry labs on campus is the newest member of the Million Dollar Club, a distinction awarded by Chapman University’s Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. Janeen Hill, Ph.D., dean of Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences and a professor in the
Chapman University’s elite Wang-Fradkin Professorships were awarded to professors from Schmid College of Science and Technology at the 20th Annual Chapman University Faculty Honors Convocation, held Friday in the George H.W. Bush Conference Center. Receiving the Senior Wang-Fradkin Professorship was Hesham El-Askary, Ph.D., associate professor and director of Hazards, Global and Environmental Change and Computational
Friends and colleagues of Dave Currey gathered in the Marv Meyer Faculty Athenaeum on May 13 to reminisce and bid a fond farewell to the retiring athletic director, who has served Chapman University for 25 years. Chancellor Struppa also announced that in honor of Coach Currey’s retirement, an endowment has been established for the athletic
When Sebastian P. “Paul” Musco and his wife Marybelle saw it for the first time, they were speechless — but only for a moment. “Wow, that’s a big one,” Paul laughed, his arms out as if to embrace it. “Oh, isn’t it just beautiful,” Marybelle exclaimed, pointing at it and laughing with her husband. It
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David Shafie, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Political Science has been selected for a Fulbright Scholars Award for academic year 2015-2016. Shafie, whose research interests include public policy and environmental politics, plans to use the award to spend spring 2016 as a visiting scholar at ADA University’s Caspian Center for Energy and Environment.
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